The byline in the article you posted is patently false, unless the new definition of several includes less then 4.Florida has missed a direct hit from a hurricane for several years, but Hurricane Ian could prove to be a crippling blow for an insurance market that has lost six insurers this year alone.www.nbcnews.com
The byline in the article you posted is patently false, unless the new definition of several includes less then 4.
It was just under 4 years ago that Mexico Beach Florida was directly hit by a Cat5 storm named Michael. It only leveled one of the largest Air force bases in the US. It seems to be largely forgotten because we don’t have the population density of south Florida.
Sometimes they can and sometimes it is about impossible to get back for days or weeks and they don't want to be locked out.I can seriously not understand why some people do not evacuate. The same happens during wildfires. Some people think they can save their property. It is really quixotic!
That having been said, I hope the damage remains manageable, but it does not look like it, unfortunately...
I guess the date is when the video was posted.2 years ago? Your news link says April 2021, just last year!!
|Category 2 hurricane (SSHWS/NWS)|
Hurricane Sally rapidly intensifying before landfall in Alabama on September 16
|Formed||September 11, 2020|
|Dissipated||September 18, 2020|
|(Extratropical after September 17)|
|Highest winds||1-minute sustained: 110 mph (175 km/h)|
|Lowest pressure||965 mbar (hPa); 28.5 inHg|
|Fatalities||4 direct, 5 indirect|
|Damage||$7.3 billion (2020 USD)|
|Areas affected||The Bahamas, Cuba, U.S. Gulf Coast, Southeastern United States|
Blame it on Jim Cantore...Strange then that the weather.com news link was dated 7 months later??
Alabama Resident With Enormous Boats in His Front Yard Compares Sally's Damage to Ivan
April 15, 2021
Stephanie Abrams of The Weather Channel speaks with a resident of Orange Beach, Alabama, who ended up with multiple enormous boats in his yard.